The Sacks Society was created in honor of CCC’s founding family – Jacquie, Harvey, Amy (Zeide) and Jeffrey Sacks. The society’s intention is to strengthen and encourage community members’ support and commitment to CCC while providing a deeper understanding of CCC’s impact on the Atlanta community.

Membership in the Sacks Society is granted to individuals or family foundations that make a monetary commitment to contribute at one of the following levels for 3 consecutive years (stock transfers are also gratefully accepted):

  • Creating Leaders – $10,000+
  • Connected Volunteers – $5,000
  • Community Builders – $2,500
  • Service Supporters – $1,000

If you would like more information about becoming a Sacks Society Donor, please email Amy Zeide at amy@cccprojects.org.


Thank you to our current Sacks Society Members!

Creating Leaders – $10,000+
Jacquie & Harvey Sacks
The Go Big Red Foundation

Connected Volunteers – $5,000
Ann & Michael Kay
The Rosenberg Family Fund

Community Builders – $2,500
Ellen Arnovitz & Michael Plasker
The Lewin Family
Linda & Mark Silberman

 

Service Supporters – $1,000
Marte & Jason Adler
Amy & Robert Arogeti
Kim & Dean Benamy
Vicki & Gerry Benjamin
Barbara & Bill Bikoff
Lois Blonder
Robin & Yaron Brill and Family
Ron & Lisa Brill Family Charitable Trust
Joel A. Butler
The Cohen Charitable Foundation
Ann & Jay Davis
Mindy & David Ellin
Melvyn P. & Eleanor N. Galin Family Foundation, Inc.
The Gillman Family
Joy & Alan Greenberg
Emily & Jeff Grosoff
Deedee & Marc Hamburger and Family
Erica Hecht
Amie & Fred Herbert
Gail & Lyons Heyman
Tara & Josh Kornblum
Laurie & Paul Korngold
Leslie McLeod
Mimi’s Fund on behalf of the Grosswald, Grant & Sacks Families
Marci & Isador Mitzner
Robin & Mark Pollack
Aviva & Eyal Postelnik
Carolyn Oppenheimer & Rick Lenner
Michelle & Alan Rosenberg
Ruth & Mark Rosenberg
Charlene Sacks
Evie Sacks & Cary Rodin
Benjamin R. Sillins & Family
Rachel Sonenshine & Jonathan Halitsky
Lenel Srochi-Meyerhoff & John Meyerhoff
Cynthia & Howard Steinberg
Amy & Aaron Zeide
Elizabeth Zeide